White Horse Surveyors give RICS Recruit an insight into which technologies are impacting the industry the most.
With the announcement of results for A Levels and GCSEs in the past couple of weeks we ask the question – are grades all that matter?
Here are six tips to help make your cover letter memorable.
Our tips for getting through your first few weeks at university.
What are the best strategies for new graduates entering the job market?
A career in quantity and building surveying is open to graduates from all academic disciplines.
Hear from previous Young Surveyor of the Year winners and how it benefited them, and how you can win.
If you are considering a career in residential surveying, why not hear what it is like day-to-day from someone who has chosen the Residential Surveying profession.
RICS Recruit offers tips on getting the most out of mentoring.
Playing football and other sports can develop your transferable skills.
What safety factors do surveyors need to be aware of when visiting a site?
Application forms are an essential part of the job search – so it’s important to make sure yours stands out.
What questions should candidates have for employers at the end of an interview?
Learn from Gary Williams who is a Business Development Consultant and Executive Coach on how to get out of your comfort zone and become a more effective professional.
If you’re thinking about asking for a raise, here are some strategies to help you show your worth.
Is a career change in your 30s or 40s a feasible move? And if so, is it the right one?
How do you showcase your experience, education and achievements in a two-page document?
For the 20th year, Macdonald and Company have produced the Rewards and Attitude Survey. Read on to discover the results of this years survey and to hear what Sean Tompkins, RICS Chief Executive Officers comments are.
Our nine helpful tips will ensure you don’t fall into common CV traps.
We quizzed Iram Munawar MRICS on why she changed her studies from law to surveying and asked what advice she’d give to people who are undecided on their degree choice.